Give the gift of beer!
This packaging includes all of these great items; all boxed up and ready to surprise that special beer drinker in your life.
– Cotton of the Carolinas BBW T-Shirt
– Custom BBW-logo pint glass
– BBW Skoozie
– BBW Sticker Set
– Ownership Certificate (mailed separately)
Note: Skoozies are out of stock until further notice. The price of the package has been adjusted to reflect that the skoozies are no longer included.
When you purchase this gift package it will arrive with a letter inside explaining how the intended owner can register their gift package. If you are buying this for yourself, simply complete the form yourself and send it back.
Orders ship within 3-5 business days.
Why Become An Owner?
Your one time $100 ownership share is an investment in the next chapter of Downtown Burlington.
By investing in the co-op you are taking the first step in creating all of the following:
– 3rd co-op brewpub in the nation
– 1st brewery in Burlington, NC
– A hub for nightlife, live music and entertainment
– “Truly local beer” – From recipe to pint
– An engine to drive the revitalization for Downtown
Your ownership entitles you to the following benefits:
– You own a brewery
– You can purchase preferred stock shares that will pay you annual interest
– You vote on who serves as the Board of Directors
– You can be elected to the Board of Directors
– You’ll get access to special owners only events, beer tastings and keg tappings
– You’ll receive special discounts on food once we open
– If you’re a home brewer, you will have the opportunity to have your beer recipes brewed by our Master Brewer and served on draft at BBW
Your individual ownership share provides you with a vote and a voice for the future of Burlington. Plus you will be a founding owner of the flagship local brewpub. You get all of this for an investment of only $100. For. Life.
All memberships are individual. Ownership is open to North Carolina residents only. Owners must be 18 years of age or older. Owners will abide by the policies and bylaws of the Co-op, and understand that they are subject to change through processes enumerated therein.